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Iris Diaz and Desiree Scott speak to SMU students.
Dallas Mavericks staff speak on being Latinx in the sports industry
Ellen Rogers, Arts & Life Editor, Layout & Design • September 22, 2023

Cultural identity informs the work that Dallas Mavericks staff members do for the team, they told SMU students Wednesday. Iris Diaz and Desiree Scott spoke at a panel about being Latinx in the sports industry. The event was hosted by the SMU Social Change and Intercultural Engagement office and Hegi...

Students gathered to hear from speakers about the state of American democracy last Tuesday.
Bright minds speak candidly about America at the Tate Lecture Series
Amara Asrawi, Arts and Life Editor • September 20, 2023

James Stavridis and Fareed Zakaria discussed America’s political, social and economic state with professor of public service and former presidential adviser David Gergen, who moderated Sept. 12 during SMU’s first Tate Lecture of the academic year. Stavridis...

Students presented films at a showcase put on by the film department Thursday.
Filmmakers get real at student film showcase
William Kavy, Contributor • September 20, 2023

It’s Thursday night in the Oren Auditorium, a theater-style hall with space for hundreds of spectators in the basement of the SMU’s Hughes-Trigg...

Rabbi Heidi Coretz, assistant chaplain for Jewish Life at SMU and director of Hillel at SMU, says antisemitism has been on the rise at SMU.
Rabbi Heidi Coretz is your home away from home
Sydni Walker, Contributor • September 15, 2023

“All Jews are responsible for each other.” This Jewish teaching from the Talmud is what inspired Rabbi Heidi Coretz to begin serving her...

SMU Defender, Mads Westergren #4 (middle) celebrating his goal with teammates
SMU Men's Soccer keeps momentum against Memphis
Saint Garcia, Contributor • September 19, 2023

SMU opened its first conference home game with a 2-1 win over Memphis in Washburne Stadium, giving the Tigers their first loss of the season. The Mustangs set the tone early with a strong physical defense and the ability to keep possession early to...

Liv Fuller with her golden retriever, Tucker. A new Texas House bill changes the process by which support animals are certified. Photo courtesy of Liv Fuller.
House Bill No. 5206 challenges support animal certification process
Sophia Curto and Virginia Wall September 20, 2023

As any college student will understand, the transition from living at home to a new school, city, or lifestyle is a huge adjustment. Not only...

Chelsea Emmick, SMU senior, purchases a water bottle in Fondren Library.
New Texas law threatens workers’ and students’ health in unpredictable weather
Sydni Walker and LuLu Garnett September 19, 2023

Yifan Wang experienced culture shock like none other when she began her classes at Southern Methodist University. A first-year master’s student...

Author Viet Thanh Nguyen reads sections of his fiction to the SMU community in Bridwell Library on Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2023. (Courtesy of Michelle Ried)
“The Sympathizer” by Viet Thanh Nguyen review: the politics of art and validating offense
February 28, 2023
“Offending everyone” was on the author’s mind, when asked about his Pulitzer Prize-winning novel
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Upper Division Housing staff handed out stickers, food, T-shirts and sunglasses to students during a study break event on Dallas Hall lawn. Photo credit: Mara Weinstein
Ice cream, fried pies, oh my! SMU students take a break before finals
Mara Weinstein May 11, 2023
On Tuesday, Southern Methodist University's Upper Division Housing hosted a Block Out the Stress event to help students prepare for finals.
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